St Michaels Way shell keyring
St Michaels Way shell keyring – a beautifully detailed solid pewter scallop shell which is the symbol of the West Cornwall pilgrim route and also the Camino de Santiago. It hangs on a short chain and split ring for your keys or for attaching to a bag.
As with all St Justin products, this item comes with a lifetime guarantee. If there is a fault in the workmanship, we will repair or replace it free of charge. Simple.
St Michaels Way shell keyring – a beautifully detailed solid pewter scallop shell, which is the symbol of the pilgrim route between Marazion (St Michael’s Mount) and Lelant. The shell hangs on a short chain and split ring for your keys or for attaching to a bag.
This trail crosses west Cornwall from St Uny church, Lelant, to St Michael’s Mount, Marazion. It is now accepted that walkers and pilgrims wishing to complete the Camino de Santiago ( St James’ Way) can do so by completing the St Michaels Way (19.5 km) and then walking from La Coruna to Santiago de Compostela. A pilgrim certificate can be achieved.
Width: 38mm height: 42mm
Supplied in a satin lined and recyclable gift box.